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    Budding Architect ???? pugrambo's Avatar
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    Default alt+s

    just thought i'd let you guys know a little trick that i have learnt purely by accident
    as i am one who hates using a mouse and always have done i tend to use keyboard shortcuts
    anyway i have the occasional person chatting on ICQ and as i have been using ICQ for a number of years now hence the number i have i have always used alt+s to send a message after typing
    well guess what
    you can use the same shortcut when replying or posting in this new setup
    i know this may seem useless information to everyone but you guys know me
    i like to share my knowledge


    while i'm here what do you guys think of if it's possible of course to changing guests to lurkers at the bottom of the page ?
    i know of some people who have been lurkers here for a while and i think they should be named as lurkers instead of guests
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    I think Guests is a pleasant way of referring to them. "Lurker" sounds like some dirty old man with a stained trenchcoat and a bag of boiled lollies
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    Yep, alt+s is handy. Mac users just have to hit the enter key on the numeric key pad.
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